Using the Adobe Flash Player Projector, I have managed to get Scratch 2.0 running offline on Linux.
I will be adding Windows support very soon, but I do not own a Mac.
If you want to create Scratch 2.0 Offline for Mac OS X:
Download the Flash Player Projector Creator at http://fpdownload.macromedia.com/pub/flashplayer/updaters/11/flashplayer_11_sa.app.zip
Rename the newly downloaded flashplayer_11_sa.app.zip to flashplayer_11_sa.app
Download Scratch 2.0 at http://cdn.scratch.mit.edu.global.prod.fastly.net/scratchr2/static/__beta_r23__//Scratch.swf (Use the "Save Page As" function on your browser)
Open the Scratch.swf file you just downloaded
Create a Projector in File>Create Projector
Email me the file at [email removed by mod]
[Moderator note - sharing email addresses isn't allowed on Scratch due to privacy concerns]
Last edited by scimonster (2013-05-06 08:15:30)
I have a Mac and I was able to follow your instructions to get Scratch 2.0 working offline, but could not find a Create Projector option in the File menu.
Only thing, instead of renaming .app.zip to .app, you have to expand it properly
Last edited by jji7skyline (2013-05-05 06:34:03)
This is the first time I have got the Flash Player Projector to run... Maybe the download corrupt every other time I tried it. I can open Scratch.swf and use it offline, but there is no Create Projector option.
Cool! I'm going to try this on my Fedora machine.